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Old 12-28-2022, 09:04 PM
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This working on the floor shit is going to Bite you in the ass later. Put, it up on a bench at comfortable working height. It's much more efficient you can have things laid out with all your tools within reach. All the OG's have been trying to get you to take care of your back, knees and whatnot. Dealing with pain every Fucking waking hour sucks. If there is any single thing you should listen to this is it.
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Old 12-28-2022, 10:25 PM
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This working on the floor shit is going to Bite you in the ass later. Put, it up on a bench at comfortable working height. It's much more efficient you can have things laid out with all your tools within reach. All the OG's have been trying to get you to take care of your back, knees and whatnot. Dealing with pain every Fucking waking hour sucks. If there is any single thing you should listen to this is it.
THIS, 1000% truth. My knees ache just looking at the picture.
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Old 12-29-2022, 08:16 PM
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Here's the rust in the cylinder bore
Other then removing the piston I feel the top cover is as disassembled as I need it. Both valves in the lift cylinder were stuck.

It's off the floor and on a bench.
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Old 12-29-2022, 08:39 PM
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A little air on the back side of that piston will have it out right quick. Run a hole thru the cylinder and run it. Unless its got some really big scars it will be ok.

Pay attention to how the oring and wiper are positioned on the piston. put it in backwards and it will work correctly exactly one time. BTDT.
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